Sunday, April 8, 2012

Huntress For Hire (The Huntress Chronicles 1) by Ali Atwood

What’s better than a gorgeous, time traveling supercop? Two of them.

Private Investigator, Kat Monroe, is a woman to be reckoned with, an inborn huntress with predatory speed and lightning fast reflexes. Now a sadistic killer has her in his sights. Aiming to take her forward in time, where she'll be forced to fight in a gladiatorial arena.

Enter Max and Brett Jericho, time traveling supercops on assignment to bring the killer to justice. Even as her world becomes deadlier, Kat is blown away by the gorgeous, future cops. When they all end up in bed together, each man fulfills Kat's long, suppressed desires.

Determined to beat the killer at his own game, Kat opts to travel to the future and set herself up as bait. With her shifter supercops watching her back, what could possible go wrong?

Reviewer: Dolce Amore
When Kat Monroe, private investigator, accepts a new mission from Max and Brett Jericho, she thinks it will be an easy one. Because she'd descended from a long line of females endowed with powerful psychic skills and the ability to move at great speed.

The brothers are searching for Viktor Kalsiak, a supposed thief who made off with four-point-five million in uncut diamonds.

But Kat soon discovers that nothing about this mission is what it seems. Max and Brett are other-breeds, genetically altered humans with cyber implants and they are cops from the future, called sentinels. Besides, Kalsiak is an ex-sentinel turned outlaw and killer. And his next target is Kat; he wants to put her into a gladiatorial arena on a space station called the Glory Dome.

Still, that's not all. She discovers that her great-grandmother was from the future. The Epochal Monitoring Agency, EMA, the one who employs the sentinels, have just approved permanent residency status for Kat in the future. They would be glad if she joins Max and Brett and they create a triad.

But, when Kalsiak gets her, will Max and Brett find and save her in time?

I enjoyed this line from the start of the book as it's so real:
Lately, she'd begun to wonder if there were any men out there worth shaving her legs for.
It’s a good read and it has an interesting storyline. However, I felt that the romance and sex scenes were lacking a bit. And the relationship between them seemed a little fake, because Kat should have an equal love for Max and Brett, especially since Brett is Max’s clone. So I rate it 4 stars.

Publisher: Extasy Books


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